Indonesia to Loosen Grip on Tin Market

Indonesia to Loosen Grip on Tin Market

Indonesia has put a tight squeeze on the tin market since it changed regulations surrounding trade of the metal in August 2013. However, the country's government has indicated that could change soon with amendments to last fall’s export rules.

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